The Blackberry is one of the most popular smartphones in the world and has a successful application store that users can go to get new software for their devices. GetFugu has announced that its slick See It, Say It, Get it mobile search application is now available for all Blackberry models on App World.
The app is available free and can be downloaded now. With the addition of the Blackberry version, the app is now available for the iPhone, Android devices, and Blackberry smartphones. The app is described as a carrier agnostic mobile search tool.
“We are pleased to offer our application on BlackBerry’s App World, making Getfugu one of the most carrier and platform agnostic applications on the market today,” said Derek Norton, Chief Operating Officer of Getfugu, Inc. “By offering BlackBerry users the ability to ‘See It, Say It, Get It,’ we are enhancing their mobile search experience, while significantly increasing Getfugu brand recognition.”
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